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As an example of this way of mitigating trade off, there is the project that reuses the NovaGerar landfill GHGs, which had the potential to generate 36.2% Internal Rate of Return (IRR), as well as a "significant contribution in the ecological field, which are the benefits generated by the company referring to the environment, through the possibility of eliminating pollution caused by the landfill and through increasing the population's quality of life" (Segretti and Bito, 2006, p.
Smart Slide is based on BITO's Boltless Shelving and works in a similar way to a sliding wardrobe.
Take, for example, BITO's two fork-entry-shoe type bins with base dimensions of 800 x 600 mm: The SL heavy duty bin has a load capacity of 500 kg and the XL Euro stacking bin can hold up to 200 kg.
These suits could develop into one of the largest ever welfare-related suits in Japan, said lawyer Hiroki Bito.
The coach also refused to shake hands with Sepasi's black African striker Sidney Bito at the end of the match.
Dudley's other scores came through Jordan Brookes, John Tideswell, Tui Asi Bito, Stefan Thorpe and Shaun Griffiths.
Ron i'n falch, ond roni hefyd yn bito. Mae hogiau wyth mlwydd oed yn tyfu cryn dipyn mewn naw mis....
Laszlo Bito, the inventor of the glaucoma prostaglandin drug Xalatan, was a recipient of the highest award in research ophthalmology (the Proctor Medal).
Bito, class of 1960, for the construction of the Laszlo Z.